Building a connection between like-minded individuals is something we’re passionate about at our yoga studio.“Kula” means community in the ancient and sacred language of Sanskrit. Not only do we provide locals from Hawthorn and Camberwell yoga classes, but we also provide them with a yoga studio where people can connect, share and grow. Our students come from all around the Boroondara area to sweat, play, learn and reach their health and fitness goals. Every day at Kula we come across individuals who have inspired us and continue to help shape our community; we wanted to share their stories with you. Read below to learn more.
Name: Rebecca (Rebecca is a long-term regular yogi at Kula Yoga!)
Kula: Favourite style of yoga at Kula?
Rebecca: My favourite style is Hot Yoga. I love moving through the heat and working with Pranayama techniques such as Kapalabhati.
K: Why do you practice yoga?
R: I practice yoga because it gives me an opportunity every single day to love, nourish and connect with my mind, body and soul. Yoga keeps me present, grateful and honest.
K: What do you love about Kula?
R: I love how safe I feel at Kula. It is such a beautiful space to practice asana in and I’ve formed so many good connections with the inspiring instructors there.
K: Is yoga your main form of exercise or do you participate in other sports, fitness or activities?
R: I practice yoga at Kula at least 5 times a week. On other days I love going for incline power walks and the occasional run. I also enjoy meditating daily.
K: What is the main health goal you are focusing on at the moment?
R: I’m not focusing on any particular goal, I just love moving my body several days a week, keeping fit, healthy & happy! I have recently become a registered Yoga Teacher and have been offered a spot to teach at the Melbourne University Sports Centre!